What version of Premiere Elements are you using on Windows 7 (assumed 64 bit)?
If you have assured that your video card/graphics card driver version is up to date according to the web site of the manufacturer of the card, then delete the BadDrivers.Txt file.
Please get the instructions for doing that from the following. The instructions will tell you
a. to make sure that you have enabled Folder Option Show Hidden Files, Folders, and Drives
b. how to find the BadDrivers.txt file that you need to delete.
Also, double check Device Manager/Display Adapters/ to make sure if your computer uses 1 or 2 video cards/graphics cards.
i have not BadDrivers.txt or i cant find this
i have win 7 64bit
only 1 videocard
Thank you for the reply.
You must have a BadDrivers.txt file. It is there.
What version of Premiere Elements are you using?
The information should be in the link given. But, I will go over the details in this thread. Just tell me what version of Premiere Elements you are using on Windows 7 64 bit.